Stop Pakistan for aiding terrorists and for the genocide of Pashtuns and Baloch
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President Donald John Trump
The President of United States of America
March 25, 2018
Dear Mr. President,
Terrorism and fascism have no place in this civilized world nor are they acceptable under any circumstances by any individual, entity, or State. Fascism of the 20th century and Extremism of the 21st century have proven to be driven by hatred and evils, and each has caused immense harm to innocent people around the world.
Since we all reject and denounce these evil ideologies, we are also obligated to stop those who promote and spread these odious philosophies. History is witness that Afghans on both sides of the Durand Line have been the victims of Extremism and Fascism for the past four decades. We lost more than one and a half million of our people on both sides in this endless violence. We, the Afghan and American people, paid the ultimate sacrifice in fighting terrorism. We no longer want to witness the bloodshed of innocent Afghans, Americans, or any innocent person in any part of the world from the hands of these evil terrorists. There are many reasons that we believe the State of Pakistan, under the supervision of Punjabi-establishment and its notorious Military Intelligence Agency (ISI) is fostering terrorism and fascism. While recognizing the main drivers and motives behind such support, we would like to illustrate some proof and evidence indicating their involvement:
a. Osama Bin Laden, the mastermind of 9/11 was living in the property of a retired Pakistani army official in Abbottabad, a city of about 30-mile distance from Islamabad, and a block or two from Pakistani Military base.
b.Dr. Shakil Afridi, a Pashtun from the Afridi tribe is currently serving a thirty-three year sentence by the State of Pakistan for locating the mastermind of 911.
c.Hafiz Muhammad Saeed the mastermind of the terrorist attack on 27/11 in Mumbai as well as the architect of the hijacked Indian aviation on December 24, 1999, is not only sheltered in Pakistan, but he is also given permission to plot his future attacks in India, Afghanistan, and other parts of the world.
d. Taliban Shura of Peshawar, Taliban Shura of Quetta, Haqqani Terrorist Network, and other extremist groups openly operate under the protection of the ISI in every small and major cities of Pakistan, and from their safe haven they are attacking Afghanistan, Coalition and International forces, as well as other parts of the world.
e. Sufi Muhammad who is responsible for burning down numerous schools in Swat and its surroundings, killing countless educators and students, one of the several masterminds of the attacks in Afghanistan and coalition forces, is ISI’s right hand man, living as a free man in Pakistan.
f. In the past two decades, the State of Pakistan killed more than 1,700 Pashtun’s community and tribal leaders who rejected extremist groups in their soil. In the absence of those leaders, ISI cleared the heartland of Pashtuns for local and foreign extremists and terrorists to operate freely.
g. In this double game, the ISI used extremists on one side and its military force on other side to kill thousands and forcefully displace millions of Pashtuns form their homes. They burned down their schools, hospitals, properties, and looted their entire shopping centers and destroyed their livelihood.
h. The State of Pakistan has been building and funding thousands of extremist training centers under the banner of religious schools (Madrasas). In 2016, Imran Khan, the leader of Tehreek-I-Insaf (PTI) party, which is also the right-hand man of the ISI, approved 300 million rupees, equal to $35 million to the Darul Uloom Haqqania, a well know extremist and terrorist training center.
i. Pakistan’s Prime Minister, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, admitted in his interview with Financial Times that those who are responsible for the truck bomb near the German embassy in Kabul, which killed more than 150 people in May 2017, came from Pakistan. He also confirmed that the car was parked in an embassy compound before it blew up.
j. Thousands of Baloch and their leaders such as Nawab Akbar Bugti, former Governor of Baluchistan and others who asked for equal rights, were assassinated and this trend of slaughter is still going on.
k. Under the name of development, Silk Road and Gwadar Port Projects will result in replacement of hundreds of thousands of Baloch. New cities in the land of Baloch are in the process of building for millions of the dominant ethnic group, the Punjabis.
As there is a strong consensus that Pakistan is supporting and nurturing terrorists on its soil, stopping and fighting such a bloody phenomenon requires collective efforts and support from the world’s powerful countries such as the United States. Even though the current administration under your leadership has taken few bold steps for which we are thankful, we still believe that there is urgent need to do more to stop the killing of our Afghan brothers and sisters on both sides of the border. We think that by taking the following steps, Pakistani establishment will be pressured to abandon its support to these terrorist networks:
1. All funds to the State of Pakistan must be cancelled. So far, all the money they have received from the United States was invested in their military, and also spent in support of those terrorist networks. Nothing is spent to empower people and improve their socioeconomic condition. It has rather contributed in the promotion of extremism, hatred, and violence in its own country as well as in its neighbors, region, and around the world.
2. We believe that the state of Pakistan should not be rewarded, but punished for creating problems for the civilized world, and we believe that beside other bold steps, sanction and declaring Pakistan a state-sponsor of terrorism will help reduce the capability of violence in the State of Pakistan and its rough elements.
3. Pressuring the Apartheid State of Pakistan to stop the discrimination, exploitation, displacement, ethnic cleansing and genocide of Pashtun and Baloch. Pakistani Establishment must allow these ethnic groups to live freely and peacefully in their own land.
4. Convincing China that their silk road, especially the Gwadar Port Projects are indirectly responsible for the misery of Pashtuns and Baloch. The main beneficiaries of this project are the establishments of the Punjabi ethnic group, not the indigenous population. The Chinese have to realize that they are building their projects in Baluchistan. Therefore they have to sign the agreement with the rightful owners of the land, not with the occupiers.
Author of the Text: Shahi Sadat
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